Category: Events

Hoxton Movies with Phundee Film

Niki talks to Ashon Spooner from Phundee and filmmaker Yolanda Barker this week about, a brand new crowd funding website that utilises rewards and equity funding.

Ashon explains what that means and also how Phundee is different from Kickstarter. Yolanda has just launched her film project on Phundee to fund her latest animation.

Niki also reviews Book of Life and plays you some spooky Halloween soundtracks!

@hoxtonmovies @havephun @yolandabarker

Hoxton Movies 30.10.14 by Hoxton Radio on Mixcloud

The Albion Football Feature

Landlord Dave from The Albion on Goldsmith’s Row invites his football fan friends to discuss five matches from this weekend’s fixtures.

They make their predictions on who will win, what the final scores will be, who will score the goals and what factors could switch up the game completely.

Live matches at The Albion this weekend:

Newcastle v Liverpool 12:45
Chelsea v QPR 15:00
Leicester v West Brom 15:00

Man City v Man Utd 13:30
Aston Villa v Spurs 16:00

Tune to The Preshaah at 4:45 who will be playing out highlights or tune to the full feature below:

The Albion Football Feature by Hoxton Radio on Mixcloud

Danni Menzies Tom Butler Session

Singer songwriter Tom Butler dropped into the studio for a chat and session with Danni Menzies.

He told us about some of his secrets, favourite current bands and who he’d most like to get stuck with in a lift.

Tom’s originally from Seattle but came over to London to launch his music career.

Recently he won a PRS for Music songwriting prize and he plays the VIP stage at Glastonbury next year.

Danni Menzies Tom Butler interview by Hoxton Radio on Mixcloud

The Art Trail

ArtRabbit are marking the launch of their new, international website by compiling an Art Trail around London, N1, in collaboration with 18 contemporary art spaces!

The Art Trail will open on the evening of Thursday 6th November and continues until Saturday 8th November to give you 3 days to visit 20 exhibitions and special events including live music, talks, tours and discussion.

As part of the show you can see a huge visual installation at The Proud Archivist, Haggerston that will be on display throughout the duration of the trail.

If you make it to 3 or more exhibitions on the Art Trail over the course of the event, you can enter yourself into a draw to win an artwork from one of the participating venues.

Find the galleries, opening times and locations on this handy map which you can use to plan your route!


Miriam Beard | @MiriHB

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Weavers Fields Fireworks

Guy Fawkes Night is one of the highlights of the autumn calendar, and you can wrap up warm to enjoy the impressive fireworks this Sunday, 2nd November in Weavers Fields Bethnal Green.

Weavers Fields bonfire night gets better every year, so expect plenty of rockets, Catherine wheels and Roman candles as Tower Hamlets outdo themselves with a spectacular show.

Tower Hamlet’s bonfire night is completely free and starts at 7pm.

Check out the event here, and directions to Weavers Fields here.

Miriam Beard | @MiriHB


Hoxton Fashion Show with Off The Rails

This week the team were joined by Nick Ede who’s organising Off The Rails which is an assembly of the most stylish men’s fashion brands at the Truman Brewery from Thursday 30th – Sunday 2nd November .

They are bringing 70 of the best gents designers stocking exclusive lines and designs along with Murdock Barbers, Patty & Bun and the Affordable Art Fair for an experiential shopping solution.

Sarah was buzzing after here hero Sam Smith picked up big at the Mobo’s while our newest recruit Arta looked at the latest trends in pointed ladies boots and oversized coats which The Preshaah struggled to comprehend.

We also took a look at the latest edition of Candid Magazine which launched on Monday night at a star studded party at Grimaldi Gavin Gallery in Mayfair with Voz Vodka and Hoxton Radio DJing.


Candid team

Hoxton Fashion Show 281014 by Hoxton Radio on Mixcloud

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Madame Dudley was in jet set mode this week having just arrived back in the capital from a DJ set in Scotland to be fleeing straight after the show to play more records.

We were treated to a lambasting selection of songs from Gentelmen’s Dub Club, Nas, Chronixx and Protoje. We also got a mega mash up from M.I.A with Missy with Vybx Kartel plus a really naughty song for her mum from Max Romeo.

Off mic there was a really gross discussion about dog food and a decrepit Halloween party but you’ll have to ask Becca personally about that one!

Becca Dudley Monday’s 4pm – 6pm / MTV News: Daily

Becca Dudley 271014 by Hoxton Radio on Mixcloud


Festive fun descends on Victoria Park this Christmas as Winterville brings together a boundless Santa sized sack of for all the families.

Bust some moves on the outdoor ice rink or roller disco, have a fleeting romance on the ferris wheel or take a ride on a horsedrawn carriage.

You can also wet your whistle with a warming beverage from ‘Bar Humbug’ while you watch the some comedy and cabert and the special Christmas panto.

Running from the 2nd till the 31st of December, entry to Winterville 2014 is FREE. For a full programme of events visit



Sausage Fest at the Breakfast Club

Celebrate with a banger as The Breakfast Club Sausage Fest brings in a special menu of food and games, to pay homage to our favourite meat treat.

As part of British Sausage Week, chow down on their mega toasted muffin or share some sticky sausages and chili sauce.

See who is the most man of your food friends by taking on the sausage king competition: chowing six slippery one’s the quickest*

They’ll also be laying beer and bangers which partners a platter of specialty dogs, washed down with massive German Steins of beer.

British Sausage Week is running from Monday 3rd – Sunday the 9th of November at The Breakfast Club’s across the capital.

THE SAUSAGE KING OF LONDON Spitalfields BC Fri 7th from 6pm. Competition kicks off at 8.00pm



Sausage Fest

Fano at Doomed Gallery

This #FirstThursdays we are being invited on a journey across the continent to explore the macabre and desolateness of a small Danish island.

‘Fano’ is a collection of images by photographer Nick JS Thompson who spent an elongated spell on platoon snapping remnant military buildings of the Atlantic Wall.

As part of Photomonth, the images will give an insight and a glimpse of a soldiers life in an erie and baron setting.

Fano opens at the Doomed Gallery, 65-67 Ridley Road on #FirstThursdays the 6th of November.